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rgb-one01:09:07

you got a link to clojure-red @shawx538?

unwarysage01:09:49

Naww, this was a name suggestion for the previous poster

andy.fingerhut01:09:17

OK, I know how to check visitor traffic stats on Github repositories I own, and/or can commit to, by clicking "Insights" then "Traffic" from the project's home page while I am logged in. No questions about that from me.

andy.fingerhut01:09:44

But the "<name>.http://github.io" static sites that you can create via Github - is there a way to view visitor traffic stats for those sites?

andy.fingerhut01:09:00

I've done a bit of Google searching, but not extensive so far, and haven't yet seen a way

dominicm05:09:10

That makes sense. Access to server logs may expose GitHub.

hmaurer11:09:23

Hello Clojurians 🙂 I’ve a very much off-topic question which I am unsure where to ask. Since this community is quite diverse I’m hoping to find an answer here. I would like to generate some diagrams in SVG with a “rough” texture. For example, with apple keynote/pages, it is possible to generate arrows looking like this: https://puu.sh/BBNVi/ad81bfe672.png. From what I can see it looks like they are using a unique texture for the line, which simply gets stretched to fill the length of the arrow. Do any of you know where I could find such textures free of rights?

Aron11:09:21

can’t you create them?

hmaurer12:09:24

@ashnur perhaps, but I have no idea how to create those in a good enough resolution

joelsanchez12:09:24

saw it on HN some time ago. never used it.

joelsanchez12:09:03

(most likely you'll want the library underneath : https://roughjs.com/ )

hmaurer12:09:30

Thanks @joelsanchez! I know roughjs but I think the result isn’t super great, and it’s canvas-based.

joelsanchez12:09:05

ah. nvm then!

hmaurer12:09:49

it also has a few other issues. For example, I noticed that roughjs works by randomizing things (to make it look “rough”), but when animating it leads to flickering if you are re-drawing the same shape over and over again

hmaurer12:09:02

there might be solutions around this though; just something I noticed when using roughjs a few months ago

hmaurer12:09:09

Thanks for linking to it though, if I hadn’t toyed with it already it would definitely have been a good option

Aron12:09:25

canvas based is the best, you can just take the picture and save it or whatever

hmaurer12:09:48

@ashnur why is canvas based the best?

joelsanchez12:09:53

looks like it also outputs SVG but IDK http://roughjs.com/examples/sampler-svg.html

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Aron12:09:20

@hmaurer because as i said, you can do whatever with the picture, and the performance is literally 100 times better than svg

hmaurer12:09:21

oh I didn’t know that, thanks @joelsanchez

souenzzo14:09:30

There is some <magical> tool to plot graphs from repl? I'm doing some queries in #datomic and I want to plot it things like this works https://github.com/aphyr/gnuplot but it's not <magical> as R plotting tools

jsa-aerial20:10:14

If you are looking to build a graphics application, Hanami is what you would reach for. If you are looking to have an immediately useable, very capable explortatory/ad hoc/etc graphic/visualizer go for Saite.

jsa-aerial20:10:29

Doc is not yet complete but likely sufficient to get going - ping me with questions

emccue15:09:03

i know there are some magical plotting things if you use whatever the jupyter kernel is for clojure

emccue15:09:59

as far as having the graphs appear in your repl, thats kinda on the heads of the repl person repl people

borkdude16:09:49

@souenzzo have you tried incanter?

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josh_tackett16:09:38

Anyone know the Microsoft dynamics CRM API?

emccue16:09:31

what is it for?

dorab22:09:16

@souenzzo you might take a look at metasoarous/oz and hswick/plotly-clj